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  • Hi, I posted this comment to the analog version as well, but my station is clearly labeled “100-130V” on the back and on the box (there is also a check box for 210-240V on the box that is not checked) so I don’t think it would be a good idea to plug it into 220V. The specifications say “110V or 220V”, which I’m guessing means they make two different versions with different transformers.

  • Hi,
    I just received mine and haven’t had the chance to try it yet but I can tell you that it is clearly labeled “AC 100-130V” on the back and the quality control label on the bottom has “110V” written in.
    I was hoping to use this on a trip to Europe but it looks like I will need a converter if I want to use it with 220V. Someone let me know if you have experience to prove me wrong…

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